What Maine Employers Need To Know About Changes In Personnel Practices Following This Legislative Session

July 1, 2019 Seminar Materials

In late June, labor and employment attorney Tawny Alvarez and Division Leader Paul Carelis of MassPay partnered to deliver a discussion on the latest laws and regulations that were enacted during Maine's most recent legislative session that apply to the employer/employee relationship. The seminar focused on how to effectively implement changes as a result in legislative updates and changes regarding leave laws, pay equity, workers' compensation and much more.

To view the materials from this seminar, click here.

To listen to the full presentation, recorded live, click the link below.

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